August 05, 2019 09:57 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News) 

The Haryana Vidhan Sabha today passed a resolution moved by the Leader of the House and Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, thanking the Central Government for taking the decision to revoke Article 370 and Article 35 A of the Constitution which granted special status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

The Chief Minister informed members of the august House about the decision of the Central Government while speaking on the second day of the monsoon session of the Vidhan Sabha. The Central Government had also decided to bifurcate the state into two Union Territories; Jammu and Kashmir which would have a legislature, and Ladakh which would be without a legislature, he added.

OVERLOADING OF VEHICLES, 5 ARRESTED: Haryana Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Mr Ram Bilas Sharma said that Haryana police has arrested five people in connection with overloading of vehicles. He said that strict action will be taken against those found guilty in committing such crimes.

The Minister was replying to a question raised during the second day of Monsoon session of Haryana Vidhan Sabha here today.

He informed that on May 18, 2019, Ravindra alias Kala, a resident of Kharman and Surendra Rathi, a resident of Dairy Mohalla, Rohtak, were arrested for taking money illegally from owners and drivers of heavy vehicles to allow them to cross Dadri, Narnaul, Jhajjar, Rothak, Bhiwani and Sonepat districts without showing the invoice bills of the construction materials carried in their overloaded vehicles.

He said that the Assistant Superintendent of Police, Rohtak, Maqsood Ahmed has been entrusted to conduct the investigate into the matter.  He said that five persons arrested in the case are identified as Manish Madan, Ravinder, Surendra Rathi, Amit and Suresh. Mr. Sharma said that on July 15, 2019, the first challan in this case was presented in the court and now the next date for court hearing is on August 17, 2019. He also informed that strict action will be taken against those who are found guilty in this case.   

872 CRORES DISBURSED ON LAND ACQUIRED IN FARIDABAD:  Haryana Revenue and Disaster Management Minister Capt. Abhimanyu said that 1627.48 acres of land in 18 villages of Tigaon assembly area of Faridabad was acquired during the tenure of previous government and for this compensation award amount of Rs 955.12 crore was announced and an amount of Rs 872 crore was disbursed.

The Minister was replying to a question raised during the second day of Monsoon session of Haryana Vidhan Sabha here today.He said that some landowners appealed in court. The deadline for filing a special petition in the Supreme Court has not yet expired and until the legal process is finalized, no time limit can be given.

DISTT. LEVEL SPORTS STADIUM  IN JHAJJAR:  Haryana Sports and Youth Affairs Minister, Mr. Anil Vij said that a district level sports stadium would be constructed at Silana village in Jhajjar district. For this, the government has accorded administrative approval of Rs 19.77 crore. Replying to a question during the Haryana Vidhan Sabha Session, Mr. Vij said that in any district, there is a provision of construction of only one district level sports stadium.  Therefore, the approval for its construction has been issued to the Public Works (Building and Roads) Department, for which, the process of inviting tenders is in progress. 

GOLDEN CARDS TO 12.31 LAKH BENEFICIARIES : Mr Anil Vij said that as many as golden cards of 12.31 lakh beneficiaries have been made in the state, under Ayushman Bharat Yojana. So far, 37,885 patients have availed benefit of this scheme.

Responding to a question raised during the Vidhan Sabha Session here today, Mr Vij said that under this scheme, the Central Government is providing free medical facilities up to Rs 5 lakhs to any eligible family. For this, the people availing benefit of the scheme need not make any payment or premium, but this facility is absolutely free for eligible people.

The Health Minister said that Haryana has bagged the first position in the country in terms of successful implementation of this scheme and the Center Government has also encouraged other states to follow Haryana. This scheme has been implemented on the basis of the survey of the year 2011 and for this, as soon as a new survey would be conducted by the Central Government, Haryana would implement it. He said that the cases of some forged Golden Cards and other corrupt practices had surfaced, against FIR has been filed by the government.  Apart from this, strict action would be taken if any other case comes out. 

GOVERNMENT HAS IMPARTED THREE-LEVEL AND FIVE-LEVEL POND SYSTEM  FOR THE TREATMENT OF   WATER OF RURAL PONDS: Haryana Development and Panchayat Minister, Mr. O.P. Dhankar said that the government has imparted three-level and five-level pond system  for the treatment of   water of rural ponds which would be implemented in a phased manner. The treated water thus could be used for irrigation and other purposes.  As many as 18 works have been started in 16 villages of Gohana assembly segment, out of which five have been completed and work on the remaining 11 is underway.

The Minister was replying to a question raised during the second day of Monsoon session of Haryana Vidhan Sabha here today. He informed that through drone photography, he is monitoring the entire process. Even today, he has spoken to sarpanches of Gohana assembly constituency on mobile.  The complaint received of digging a pond in Handahedi village will be investigated, he added. 


Chandigarh, August 5- Haryana Health Minister, Mr Anil Vij said that as many as 1,16,565 tests of Microbiology, Pathology and Bio-chemistry were conducted in BPS Government Women College, Khanpur Kalan during the month of June.    The Minister was replying to a question raised during the Vidhan Sabha Session.  Mr Vij said that 30 tests of Microbiology, 35 of Pathology and 27 of Bio-Chemistry are conducted in the college, which is important for the health of any person. He said that all these tests are also done in various government hospitals and their services can be availed. Health Minister said that recruitment of Physicians, Assistant Professors, and Associate Professors in BPS Government Women College, have been carried out from time to time. Under this, 18 posts of Assistant Professors have been advertised and its interviews would be conducted soon.  Apart from this, 4 Assistant Professors have been designated. 


In the direction of fulfilling the commitment of  Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal for providing better rail connectivity to the people of the state, Jind-Hansi New Rail line project has been approved at a cost of Rs 923.26 crore. The project will be completed in a period of 4 years.  The Finance Minister, Capt Abhimanyu informed that the proposal was approved in a meeting of Standing Finance Committee- C in which Public Works (Building and Roads) Minister, Rao Narbir Singh was also present.  He said that Jind-Hansi New Rail line project has been developed by Haryana Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (HRIDC). It is a Joint Venture between Ministry of Railways and Government of Haryana. The proposed line starts from existing Jind Station on Delhi-Bathinda Railway line and ends at existing Hansi Station on Bhiwani-Hisar Railway line. The construction length from Jind to Hansi will be about 50 km.

The Finance Minister  said that the construction of this line will provide direct and fast connectivity between Jind and Hisar as the travel distance will be reduced to about 50 Km only. It would help in faster transportation of agricultural produce and fertilizers in this rural belt.

Capt Abhimanyu said that the project would greatly help in social and economic development of this region as well as its adjoining areas. There will be 8 Railway Stations on this line, including two existing Stations of Jind and Hansi and six new Stations i.e. Intel Kalan, Rajpura, Narnaund, Madha, Kherigagan, Sheikhpura. The total cost of the project is Rs. 923.26 crore.  The share of Central and state government would be Rs 415.46 crore,  HRIDC share would be Rs 253.90 crore and Rs 253.90 crore as debt from NABARD.

The Finance Minister directed Managing Director, Haryana Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation to pursue the matter with Ministry of Railways on priority basis so as to get the approval from the Government of India urgently. The grant amount of Rs. 415.46 crore would be shared equally by Government of Haryana and Central Government. Haryana Government will contribute its share of 51 per cent in the equity of HRIDC i.e. Rs.129.489 crore and the balance 49 per cent share i.e. Rs. 124.411 crore would be contributed by Ministry of Railways, Government of India.

He said that debt of Rs. 253.90 crore as soft loan would be arranged to the HRIDC from NABARD or other financial institution by the State Government and the repayment of debts and interest would be repaid by HRIDC. 

Others present on the occasion included Additional Chief Secretary, Public Works (Building and Roads), Mr Alok Nigam, Additional Chief Secretary, Finance, Mr TVSN Prasad, SFA Finance, Mr Sunil Saran, Managing Director, Haryana Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation, Mr Dinesh Chand Deshwal and Director, Haryana Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation Dr. Ravi Gupta.

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